Looks like the Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai is in no mood to slow down. After becoming Salman’s highest grosser ever, Tiger Zinda Hai is now eyeing something even bigger. TZH is cruising and may well be on way to topple Aamir Khan starrer PK’s collection, which is at Rs 340.8 crore. Tweeting about its collection Taran Adarsh said, ” TigerZindaHai [Week 4] Fri 1.46 cr, Sat 2.12 cr, Sun 3.27 cr, Mon 1.36 cr, Tue 1.02 cr. Total: ₹ 328.09 cr. India biz. BLOCKBUSTER.” Continuing its winning box office collection streak, TZH has also become the only movie of 2017 to have made a profit of a whopping Rs 188 cr! The movie has witnessed one of the widest releases in across 5825 screens and has been a rage worldwide. TZH is right now inches away from toppling the landmark collection record set by megastar Aamir Khan, which according to some analysts is very much possible.
But as they say, nothing comes easy. Before it reaches the benchmark, TZH has to bear the brunt of an attack by two new most anticipated films that are to release on Friday, ie PadMan and Padmaavat. The films’ release on January 25 is speculated to give a very tough fight to TZH and each other too. But it will be interesting to see whether the Salman starrer continues to earn big even with the presence of such big films.
#TigerZindaHai [Week 4] Fri 1.46 cr, Sat 2.12 cr, Sun 3.27 cr, Mon 1.36 cr, Tue 1.02 cr. Total: ₹ 328.09 cr. India biz. BLOCKBUSTER.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 17, 2018
Given the phenomenal success of Ek Tha Tiger sequel, Salman has now announced the sequel of Tiger Zinda Hai as well. Salman, during the exclusive conversation in which TZH director Ali Abbas Zafar and actress Katrina Kaif were also present, revealed that he will be seen in the sequel to the 2017 blockbuster Tiger Zinda Hai soon! Yes indeed, yeh Tiger zinda hai, aur rahega! Salman, while getting candid with the interviewer, dropped this massive news and also confirmed that the film will not take 5 years to release, which is exactly how long Salman took to rollout TZH.